Athens, the national capital, is about 120 miles (193 kilometers) east of Thermo, while Corfu is 120 miles (193 kilometers) to the northwest.
While it can be a temptation to just chill out when holidaying in Thermo, don't forget, West Greece's treasure-trove of scenic wonders lie just beyond your doorstep. If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Monastiraki, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northwest, and Mikro Chorio 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the south.
Organise transportation and head to Agrinio, a shopping and transport center for the region, located approximately 14 miles (23 kilometers) from Thermo. The city has a wide range of tourist attractions, such as Temple of Stratios Zeus, Dimokio Park and Stratos Ancient Theater. Agrinio has much of interest for travelers willing to explore a little deeper. Dimokratias Square and Archaeological Museum of Agrinion are a couple of other sights not to miss.
West Greece is a great destination for those with a penchant for open-air exhibits. To really get an understanding of a place, it helps to step back into earlier times. West Greece's rich historic bridges provide a wonderful starting point.
This spot has a number of great places to enjoy scuba diving, so check you leave time to fit that in. Sea kayaking is another popular watersport here. Mix a little learning with leisure during your stay by signing up for one of Thermo's informative city walking tours, winery tours and guided nature walks.
As your vacation comes to close, you'll be sure to bid Thermo a sad "Yiá sou"